Tune in for this discussion about social justice and food justice issues with effective solutions presented by a group of BIPOC community leaders. Bay Area nonprofit Acterra talks with Nikia Durgin and Jeneba Kilgore from Mandela Grocery Cooperative, who will highlight local solutions they’ve implemented in Oakland. Topics covered include grocery cooperatives, access to fresh and nutritional foods, cooking with induction cooktops, and making affordable plant-forward meals. The event wraps up with a quick plant-based cooking demonstration. On registration, you’ll receive the ingredient list so you can cook along in your own kitchen.
Learn more about West Oakland’s Mandela Grocery Cooperative.
Just Cooking: A demonstration and conversation with Mandela Grocery Cooperative
Tuesday October 12, 6:30–7:30pm
Cost: Free, online
Info and registration here: here